The Miyagi Museum of Art is one of the largest publicly operated art museums in Japan. In the collection you’ll find paintings, sculptures, and woodblock prints from artists that have some connection to the Tohoku region. There are also displays of foreign artwork from masters such as Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee to round out the diverse collection.
The structure itself is a prime example of architecture designed by Kunio Maekawa, featuring clean lines and a tiled exterior typical of the Showa era. Wander around the museum to see how the outlying gardens and structures blend effortlessly into the environment.
The Miyagi Museum of Art
Botero Fernando：「A man riding a horse」
●Riding Time: 10 minutes Distance: ~ 1.5 km●